KUWAIT: The Kuwaiti government yesterday sued Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahd and Sheikh Talal Al-Fahd jointly with members of the Olympic committee over the suspension of Kuwait’s sports activities. The government primarily demands KD 5,001 as compensation from both sheikhs pending a further KD 400 million compensation. Notably, the International Olympic Committee had suspended all sport activities in Kuwait after a deadline it had given to amend sport laws to match the international Olympic charter passed.
Fake doctor freed
The public persecutor yesterday released a student who was arrested for impersonating as a doctor at Amiri Hospital without any bail. The man was arrested recently after spending months working at the public hospital without authorization, according to investigations. The man denied criminal intend, claiming during questioning that he only wanted to fulfill his lifelong dream of working as a doctor.
Chairman of the Municipal Council’s technical committee Fahd Al-Sane said that the committee postponed discussing safety conditions in industrial area buildings until the industrial authority files an official request to do so. He added that the committee also referred a request made by a telecom company to extend its signal towers’ licenses to a fact-finding committee. Sane said the committee also deferred discussing a proposal made by member Hassan Kamal on allocating a price of land to build an integrated medical city. He added that the committee also rejected a request made by a fuel marketing company to amend the council’s decision on developing its fuel stations, in addition to discussing a number of other topics on the meeting’s agenda.
By Meshaal Al-Enezi